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Justyce Moore, winner of the girls bike with Jessica Moore.
The weather was a little chilly and damp Saturday morning for the Jaycees annual Easter Egg hunt in McCorkle Park, but that didn’t seem to slow down the children who showed up to hunt eggs. When the hunt started, the children went right for the eggs, amidst laughter and smiles from parents and...
During the School Board meeting on Monday March 19 Dr. Douglas Wyckoff was presented with a plaque for his years of service on the Cameron School Board.
The Cameron School Board met in regular session on Monday March 19 at the administration building. Each department submits an overall report to the board before the meeting highlighting what is going on in their department. In Assistant Superintendent Chris Shanks report to the board, he offered an...
Alex Jager asks Cameron Post Office patrons to sign the petition.
A group of petitioners are traveling across Missouri collecting signatures to place medical marijuana on the November ballot. However, legalizing medical marijuana is not the main goal of this petition. Milton Edwards, Regional Campaign Coordinator for E-Management out of Michigan, is responsible...
8th Grade English Teacher, Jennifer Reents-Dickkut, Cole Henderson, Mallery Davis and JoEllen Pratt, Cameron Optimist Club President
The Optimist Club of Cameron hosts an Annual Essay Contest open to students under the age of 18 on a topic chosen by Optimist International.  The 8th grade English class at CVMS, taught by Jennifer Reents-Dickkut, submitted essays on this year’s topic of “Can Society Function without Respect”.  The...
During the Monday, March 19 City Council meeting public participation, Larry Griffey, organizer of the Crossroads of America Car Show stepped before the Council and began with a report on the $5,500 the city provided to assist with the car show. Griffey explained to the Council that a special bank...
Business of the Year was awarded to Randy Curnow
On Friday night March 16 the circus came to town in the form of the annual Chamber of Commerce Banquet. Attendees were greeted with a small tent near the front entrance at the top of the steps inside the old school, providing a perfect photo opportunity, then as they made their way up the stairs,...
The United States – Republic of China Commemorative Badge
On Wednesday March 7, Director General Jerry S. Chang of the Taipai Economic and Cultural Office in Denver, Colorado visited the Cameron Veterans Home for a special ceremony to honor Veterans who served in Taiwan from 1955 through 1979. From 1955 to 1979 a Mutual Defense Treaty was established...
Knights of Columbus, Council 1110 is proud to announce that the Grand Marshal for the 2018 St. Patrick’s Day Parade will be Mike Poland. Mike was born in Cameron and has spent most of his life here. Mike earned a law degree from UMKS School of Law in 1976. He also has a degree in Business...
On February 28, representatives Darron Ammann and Katelyn Wolf from Bartlett & West, the firm hired to put together a master plan for the business park property purchased for the city, made the first public presentation on the plans for the park at the YMCA. Bartlett & West were hired by...
In May of 1997, the National Education Association (NEA) created Read Across America Day to encourage reading for all children in every community. Read Across America Day is held on March 2, Dr. Seuss’ birthday. Parkview Elementary, Cameron Intermediate School (CIS) and the Cameron Public Library...

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